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Joe & Dough – cake and coffee in PLQ Mall and DUO Galleria

Home-grown cafe Joe & Dough seems to be everywhere. Started in 2009 by founders Damien Koh and his wife Dawn, they have grown the business from a small outlet to a network of 11 outlets all over Singapore. We visited Joe & Dough on a number of occasions, the most recent being visits to the …

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Wursthans Switzerland in PLQ Mall

Wursthaus Switzerland is a new casual dining restaurant in Paya Lebar Quarter serving sausages and rosti as well as Swiss meatloaf, rostisserie chicken, sandwiches, soups, salads, tarts and desserts. It is an affordable restaurant in a convenient location to enjoy Swiss cuisine in Singapore. 0

When you are lonely or need attention – try dining at Haidilao

Haidilao Hot Pot 海底捞火锅, founded in 1994, is well known for serving Sichuan style Hot Pot. It is also famous for providing exceptional customer experience – from providing free snacks and manicures while you wait for your tables to noodle dances and more freebies like phone screen protectors and hair ties. It is now also …

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Cafe Red Ginger in PLQ Mall

d Ginger is a plant commonly seen in Singapore. Alpinia purpurata is the scientific name of the plant with fiery red flowers, which is also called ostrich plume and pink cone ginger. Red Ginger is also the name of a cafe serving a good spread of Nasi Padang dishes and traditional hawker fare in a …

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Makino – new Japanese Restaurant in PLQ Mall by Akashi

Makino is a new Japanese dining and shabu-shabu concept by Akashi, the F&B group that also operates the London Fat Duck and Gyoza-ya chain restaurants. The new Makino Japanese restaurant in PLQ Mall offers shabu-shabu with a variety of special Japanese soup base as well as a good range of popular Japanese dishes. +1

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